Creamfields 2022 sells out in record time

Creamfields 2022 sells out in record time

Although already setting the bar extremely high on ticket sales for its 2021 edition which ended in what seemed like the blink of an eye, the extraordinary UK festival fields of cream has once again outdone itself by selling all its tickets for the 2022 edition in record time.

Scheduled to take place from August 25 to August 28, In what will be the 25th anniversary of the festival, Creamfields 2022 is expected to see over 70,000 attendees from around the world see exceptional live sets from some of the world’s most prolific DJs. Although the lineup has yet to be announced, Creamfields 2021 has seen the likes of Martin Garrix, Tiësto, Armin Van Buuren, David Guetta adorn the festival field in Daresbury, Cheshire with next year’s lineup promising to be even better if the story is to pass.

Creamfields and its legendary line-up enjoy an overwhelmingly positive reputation, with excellent sound systems and stunning light shows on its well-known stages such as the pinnacle steel yard and Horizon. it’s no wonder the festival continues to outdo itself in how little time it takes to sell out year after year.

All hope is not lost for music fans desperate to experience for themselves one of the biggest electronic music festivals in the world, which has been the mainstay of a triumphant return for many to the live music scene after the Covid-19 pandemic, as Creamfields will be hosted over two weekends next year. In July, festival organizers announced that they would also be heading to a new location in Chelmsford, Essex to kick off its 25th anniversary celebrations. Extra festival takes place June 3 and June 4 and goes on sale later this month, and anyone interested in attending can join the 60,000 registrations already here.

Image credit: Creamfields (via Facebook)

Jan G. Gilbert